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Tori Hunter always worked solo, but in Samantha Kennedy, she found a partner, in more ways than one. Casey O'Connor isn't thrilled to learn that she has a new partner on the way. It's been hard enough to transition from working with live victims to dead ones. Now, Leslie Turner is going to slow down the process.   

Professional duty trumps personal issues as the detectives focus on their latest case, a killer whose choice of victim is solitary women. The investigation raises a lot of questions around the killer's means and opportunities. Leslie would be happy if the questions stopped there, but she's also wondering why she'd rather spend time with these women - specifically Casey - than with her fiance.    

Casey would also like to stick to business, but as the case intensifies, she finds herself also watching Tori and Sam and wondering how they balance their public personas and private passions. Figuring it out is a pointless exercise, she tells herself, because that kind of lightning can't possibly strike twice.

©2008 Gerri Hill (P)2019 Tantor

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excellent

i just love Gerri Hill's books, and this one is no exception. Live the series and looking forward to Angel Fire when they all get together.

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  • Wendy
  • 2019-12-24

Tori & Sam 2.0

Title really says it all, but I DID love it all the same!! It was nice to see Tori and Casey’s sisterhood evolve and how supportive they all are for each other. I could do without the constant use of the phrase “make love”... it just gets cringy after 3 books! It also seems highly improbable that the same “straight partner-turned-lesbian” situation would happen to the same small unit twice in a short period of time. Basically, the Homicide unit is 4 lesbians and one pretty boy player turned big brother and two absentee disliked detectives.
Aside from all this, I love the series!

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  • Carolyn G. Manuel
  • 2019-05-25

Homicide Gets Two New Detectives.

Loved the continued story of Tori and Sam, Dallas police officers. Casey joins the homicide squad and is already part of the team. New killings by a serial killer has all pulling 24 hr shifts and the attraction between Casey and a new woman on the team is growing. Great performance as usual by Abby Craden. Love anything by the author.

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  • Paola Andrea Camacho Orellana
  • 2021-04-15

Awesome!!!

I have already listen to this series but I just love it so much that I had to go again! I won’t say anything that can spoil it for someone starting and going into this adventure but just beware you won’t be disappointed!!!
Abby Craden is just amazing and brings every single character to life!
Enjoy!!

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  • Deanna
  • 2021-02-16

Meh

Someone else wrote Tori and Sam 2.0 which was pretty good summary. Although Tori and Sam's story was better written. More character development. This book just felt flat. There was so much potential from the police procedural aspect of the story to the relationships between not just Casey and Leslie but Tori and Casey, Tori and Sykes, Sykes and his new love interest, Sam and her family...I mean pick an aspect of their lives and develop their story. By this point as a reader I felt invested in them and wanted to know more about what's going on with them emotionally.
The ending seemed abrupt and unfinished. The tie-in with Robert was like "why" I mean sure I get wanting to bring him into the story but then nothing. It could have contributed to tying up parts of their history but instead it was used just to make him seem like an ass which was already established. I'm not explaining it well and maybe that is because the story was just vague all around. lots of loose ends.

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  • Annika
  • 2020-09-23

Hotttt

The relationship part of this story is cute, relatable, and super hotttt at times. The whole story line was great as well but I just wish that it didn’t end so abruptly. The story should have kept going. Huge cliffhanger. That’s why I didn’t give it a full 5 stars.

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  • Brenda Garza
  • 2020-06-11

Cliffhanger let down

I wasn't a fan of the cliffhanger but I didn't want to rate this poorly mainly for personal reasons. It was a little difficult to get through and the personal reason is that I work with two women named Leslie and Casey...and they happen to be mother and daughter.

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  • Kathy Welliver
  • 2020-05-18

Great series

really enjoy these characters. wish there had been one more chapter to this book. Great read.

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  • stacy cam
  • 2020-04-14

They didn't close the case

I consider the story unfinished, and I find myself questioning the quality of the work, since it seems the Author likes to leave the case open. Does this mean she doesn't believe the story is strong enough to stand on it's own with out a teaser open ending, and if that's the case, why? I feel almost obligated to purchase the 4th book to get the closing of the case, but what happened to the previous format of One Book=One Case? I feel jaded that the case is "solved" but not closed.

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  • College Stealth
  • 2019-10-29

A little weak on crime

Narrator is wonderful, as always. The actual crime plot is a little weak and the relationship seems rushed. I think that it had enough to distinguish it from the other romances, but still, a bit rushed and weak in terms of building aspects of it. Overall, still worth a listen.

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  • Sab
  • 2019-09-29

OK book

In the past 5 days or so I have listened to 3 of Gerri Hill books this one was nt as good as the two others I listened to.
Abby Craden was great as usual, but the story was not flowing as well as Ms hHill books generally do... it was slow, plot a little bearing and I was not engaged into it.